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Talk to a Therapist

Feel like you’re at the end of your rope, and you know that something has to change one way or another? Do you realize that you keep making bad life decisions, but you’re not sure why you seem incapable of changing your behavior? Do you think talking to someone might help? Schedule an appointment for individual, couples, or family counseling.

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Get Psychological Testing and Evaluations

Trying to explain a sudden change in behavior? Concerned that your child is showing a developmental delay? Worried that a brain injury or neurological disease is causing cognitive deficits and personality changes? You may need a psychological evaluation to help you understand and respond to a mental health condition.

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Find Medical and Inpatient Services

Hospital and residential settings offer an outlet for the most disruptive and dangerous conditions. Medications can play a positive role but must be properly managed. Find the nearest hospital for an emergency intervention, talk to a doctor about getting a prescription medication, or search for a specific type of residential program.

Popular Types of Mental Health Therapy

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Individual Therapy

One-on-one sessions with a therapist allow people to explore their mental health by talking with a professional in a safe space. Cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic therapy are the most popular examples.

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Couples/Family Counseling

There's never a bad time for couples counseling: Strengthen the marriage, or make a final effort to save it. Identify what's sabotaging your relationship. Check in on your relationship twice a year. Create a co-parenting plan.

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Group Therapy

Group therapists are skilled mediators and counselors, but it's people looking primarily to share their stories and experiences with people who have gone through something similar that benefit most from group therapy.

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Mind/Body Therapies

Therapies that explore and strengthen the mind/body connection can improve mental health on their own or in tandem with talking to a therapist. Popular examples include yoga, meditation, acupuncture and massage.

The Mountain Mental Health Blog

Learn about and discover ways to improve your mental health.

May 8, 2021 No Comments

The Connection between Statistics, Baseball and Mental Health in Utah

On a gut level, baseball and mental health go together like Christmas and childhood memories. There’s the crack of the ball hitting the bat, the pop of the ball in the catcher’s mitt, and catching a foul ball in the stands or a home run on the lawn of Smith’s Ballpark. There’s bonding with family […]

April 26, 2021 No Comments

What the Rat in the Cage Tells Us about the Causes of Addiction

There is a famous addiction experiment, known as Rat Park, conducted in the 1970s by researchers in Vancouver that shows rats are more likely to become use cocaine when they have nothing else to do. Specifically, the researchers created two different cages. In both cages, they hung two water bottles—one was regular water, the other […]

April 14, 2021 No Comments

What Utahns Should Know about Narrative Therapy

Narrative therapy is an approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes the harm that occurs when the story of our lives is dominated by a particularly destructive narrative. The primary method of therapy then becomes the therapist and client investigating past events together looking for places where the current narrative doesn’t fit and where a more positive, […]